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Love Without Hypocrisy

by Pastor Steve Ellison

Paul spent the first 11 chapters explaining the greatness of Christ in relation to the totality of our salvation. Christ’s great work on the cross justified us. Christ living in us brings about our sanctification. We will one day be glorified in and by Christ. Romans 12 begins with the word “therefore” telling us that because of the greatness of the person and work of Christ

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Good Thinking: Seven Words of Jesus

by Dr. Don Kuehle   

Jesus and his disciples have come to Jerusalem for Passover. For three years, Jesus has tried to teach them, by his words and example, what it means to live fully in God’s Kingdom. Thursday finds Jesus and friends gathered in an upper room to share the bread and wine; the words Jesus uses were strange to them, familiar to us. On Friday, Jesus is scourged and

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A Tale of Two Churches

ShepherdCalls_WPAt one time, a downtown church accommodated 2,000 plus members each Sunday. Then, in 1979, it closed. That’s the year our family moved to Kansas City. I don’t recall hearing anything about it closing. I suspect it was not sudden, but a gradual transition of community and the ways of “doing” church. The closing of the church not only left a big hole in a once vibrant community; it also

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Church News

Submitted news from area church services conducted Sunday, March 15, 2015:

Gallatin First Christian

The Praise Team and Sue Bird began our 8:20 a.m. worship service with opening songs of praise. GHS freshman sextet sang “The Storm Is Passing Over.” Junior Stith shared announcements at both services.

Daycare Appreciation Sunday began at both services with a special children’s message by Elder Marilyn Ripple, a member of the daycare board. Our

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Good Thinking: Season of Suffering

by Dr. Don Kuehle

The Season-of-Lent is a Season-of-Suffering! None of us can go through life without some suffering; it’s been that way ever since Adam and Eve. Before the fall, Adam and Eve knew nothing of pain, of failure, of suffering, of death. After the fall, they experienced all these things — and more. Whenever sin separated Adam and Eve from God, Eve experienced pain in giving birth; Adam

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Christian Essentials

by Pastor Steve Ellison

The Bible covers a multitude of subjects. We are called to make thousands of decisions and assessments in our Christian life. We can be wrong on some of those decisions and still be part of God’s family and make it to heaven. However, we cannot be wrong about Jesus and be right with God. If we are wrong about Jesus, we will not make it to

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In My Garden

Tiny shoots are peeking through the ground. My garden is coming to life again. When I speak of my garden, I am talking about our entire lawn, nearly three acres. Since our homeowner rules disallow fences, nothing encloses my garden. I like to think we have the “no fence” rule so our lawns and lives will mingle. Who knows; the rule was in place when I arrived.

ShepherdCalls_WPNevertheless, scattered across

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Church News

Submitted news from area church services conducted Sunday, March 8, 2015:

Gallatin Christian

Sue Bird and the Praise Team began our 8:20 a.m. worship service with opening songs of praise. At both services Elder Carl Carder shared announcements and “Focus on the Cross,” which was about the robe this week. A children’s message was presented at both services by Junior Stith. Pastor Russ Hamilton read scriptures from 1 Corinthians 1:18-31

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Seek the Welfare of the City

by Pastor Steve Ellison

Perhaps you know it already; maybe you have never heard; or maybe you simply need to be reminded. As a Christian, you are just a pilgrim passing through. Your heart must not be focused on the temporary world in which you live. Rather, you should be focused on the next world. Like Abraham, you should be seeking the city which is built by God. However, as

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